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Will you attend Giants’ games the rest of the year?

If you have tickets, or have always wanted to go to a game, what will you do?

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Sometimes in the business of writing every day, multiple times a day, about the New York Giants I look at something done by one of the other fine writers covering the team and think “why didn’t I come up with that idea?” This is one of those moments.

Art Stapleton of The Record reached out to season-ticket holders to get their opinions on the current state of the team. The result was some well thought-out, heartfelt answers from those who responded. Go check Stapleton’s post if you want to read them. Or, if you are one of the season-ticket holders who responded.

What I want to do is this. I want to piggyback off that idea with a series of questions for the Giants fan base here at Big Blue View.

  • If you have tickets for Sunday’s game (or any at MetLife Stadium the rest of the year) will you use them? Will you sell them?
  • Giants-Chiefs tickets at StubHub are going for as little as $32. If you are a Giants fan who doesn’t regularly attend games, or hasn’t been able to afford to go, would you use this as an opportunity to see a game?
  • Same basic question if you are a Chiefs fan, especially one in the Northeast. Will you take advantage of the apparent apathy of Giants fans to see your team play in New Jersey this weekend?

Really it comes down to this: How do you approach attending Giants games for the rest of the season?


If you have tickets to a Giants game the rest of the year what will you do?

This poll is closed

  • 19%
    Go to the game(s)
    (237 votes)
  • 33%
    Try to sell the tickets
    (400 votes)
  • 46%
    Just stay home
    (551 votes)
1188 votes total Vote Now